Museu de Arte Contemporâea de Serralves

The most important museum in Portugal of contemporary art located in the parks of the Serralves Foundation.

Museu do Vinho do Porto

The estate of this iconic museum ranges from scale models of boats to metrology and measurement devices. But also documents, painting, sculpture and furniture.

Museu Nacional Soares dos Reis

The Soares dos Reis National Museum is installed in the Pal·cio dos Carrancas. It is a museum of fine arts, decorative arts and archeology.

Torre dos Clérigos

The Church and Torre dos Clérigos (18th century) is a remarkable architectural complex located in the City of Porto, being considered the ex-libris of that city. Designed by architect Nicolau Nasoni, this ensemble is one of the most notable examples of the late Baroque style in Portuguese territory and has been classified as a National Monument since 1910.

Palácio da bolsa

The Palácio da Bolsa, or “Palácio da Associação Comercial do Porto”, in the city of Porto, in Portugal, began to be built in October 1842. With a mixture of architectural styles the building presents in all its splendor, traces of the 19th century neoclassical, Tuscan architecture, as well as english neopaladian.

Casa da Música

Designed by the Dutch architect Rem Koolhass, as part of the Porto European Capital of Culture 2001 event, its construction was completed in 2005, immediately transforming itself into an icon of the city.

Livraria Lello

Due to its unique historical and artistic value, Lello has been recognized as one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world.

Ponte Luiz I

This construction came to replace the suspension bridge that existed in the same place and was carried out through the project of the Belgian engineer Théophile Seyrig, who had previously collaborated with Gustave Eiffel in the construction of the D. Maria Pia Bridge, a railway.


The Wine Box
Restaurante Cafeína
O Paparico
Pedro Lemos